|SGNL by Sony - Sony|
SGNL is a tech and gadget-centric web television show produced by Revision3 and sponsored by Sony Electronics. The show is hosted by Anthony Carboni and Samia Khan. In addition to featuring the latest Sony gadgets, SGNL also highlights other Sony related content including music, movies, gaming, and entertainment. The show is available to watch online at Revision3's website, Sony.com/SGNL, and YouTube.com/SGNL...
|The Electronic Office|
Six-episode BBC Series hosted by Ian McNaught-Davis about the coming changes in the Electronic Office, the idea of a computer-assisted workplace. Broadcast in 1984.
|Revision 3: Soldier Knows Best - Soldier|
Hosted by Mark Watson. New episodes Tuesdays & Saturdays. SoldierKnowsBest is one of the most trusted online technology review shows. Covering smartphones, tablets, computers and all your must-have gadgets, this isn't your usual tech lecture series.
|ByteJacker Podcast (Revision 3)|
Bytejacker is a review show for gamers with fast connections and short attention spans. We rate and review games that are only available through download — whether they’re Xbox Marketplace, WiiWare, Playstation Network, PC, or iPhone.
Computer Academy from TVOntario.
NYC Camp is an annual 4-day conference for Drupal and Open Source technology held in New York City. Originally inspired by the Foo Camp / Bar Camp un-conference model, NYC Camp now includes scheduled presentations from developers around the globe, code sprints, keynotes and day-long summits on topics such as Higher Education, NPOs, Business, Media, DevOps and Startups.
Tweakers.net (often abbreviated as T.net) is a Dutch website featuring news and information about hardware, software and the Internet. The website was founded in 1998 by Femme Taken, a computer enthusiast, under the name World of Tweaking as a student's hobby project to offer a Dutch alternative to hardware review sites like Tom's Hardware Guide. The verb "tweaking" in the title refers to the process of tweaking the hardware of a computer, as a form of optimisation...
Bad Influence! is an early to mid-1990s British factual television programme broadcast on CITV between 1992 and 1996, and was produced in Leeds by Yorkshire Television (now known as ITV Studios). It looked at video games and computer technology, and was described as a "kid’s Tomorrow's World". It was shown on Thursday afternoons and had a run of four series of between 13 and 15 shows, each of 20 minutes duration...
|G4 Video Grabs|
G4, also known as G4 TV, is an American television network, originally geared primarily toward young male adult viewers, originally based on the world of video games. The channel now has a focus on male-oriented programming, although video games are still represented by the channel. Launched on April 24, 2002, G4 is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States, and owned by G4 Media, which is owned by NBCUniversal/Comcast...
|Personal Digital Archiving Archives|
Videos and presentations, along with supporting materials, from the annual Personal Digital Archiving conferences held at various institutions since 2010.
|The Screen Savers|
The Screen Savers was an American TV show on TechTV. The show launched concurrently with the channel ZDTV (later known as TechTV) on May 11, 1998. The Screen Savers originally centered around computers, new technologies, and their adaptations in the world. However, after it was taken over by G4, the show became more general-interest oriented and focused somewhat less on technology. The final episode of The Screen Savers aired on March 18, 2005...
|Attack of the Show|
Attack of the Show! (AOTS) was an American live television program shown weeknights on G4, G4 Canada and Fuel TV in Australia. At the end of its run, the program was hosted by Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood. Attack of the Show! reviewed new technological items, parodies, pop culture, and general daily news, and gives previews of video games, movies, and digital media. On October 26, 2012, G4 announced that the show would be canceled after 2012...
|Revision3: HD Nation|
HD Nation covers the week in High-Definition news, reviews, tips and tricks. Hosts Patrick Norton and Robert Heron will quench the thirst for stunning visuals and the ultimate surround sound by providing everything from reviews of the latest in home theater equipment, the best new Blu-Ray titles and the most amazing free sources of HD content. If you're trying to get the absolute best out of your viewing experience, or trying to put together a home theater on a budget, there is no better alterna...
|Making the Most of the Micro|
Making the Most of the Micro was a TV series broadcast in 1983 as part of the BBC's Computer Literacy Project. It followed the earlier series The Computer Programme. Unlike its predecessor, Making the Most of the Micro delved somewhat deeper into the technicalities and uses that microcomputers could be put to, once again mainly using the BBC Micro in the studio for demonstration purposes. The series was followed by Micro Live...
|The Ben Heck Show|
Join master hacker, engineer, and conjurer of cool stuff Ben Heck as he tackles new projects each week. Want to see him transform an Atari into a handheld system? Stuff an Xbox into a Macbook? Construct a Gary Oldman pinball machine?
|The Digital Tipping Point - Christian Einfeldt|
Welcome to the The Digital Tipping Point (DTP) collection. The DTP crew describes their project as a Point-of-View (POV) documentary film about the rapidly growing global shift to open source software, and the effects that massive wave of technological change will have on literacy, art, and culture around the world. The DTP crew says their project will be the first feature length documentary about free open source software to be built in an open source fashion out of video submitted to the Inte...
|The Computer Programme|
The Computer Programme was a TV series, produced by Paul Kriwaczek, originally broadcast by the BBC (on BBC2) in 1982. The idea behind the series was to introduce people to computers and show them what they were capable of. The BBC wanted to use their own computer, so the BBC Micro was developed as part of the BBC Computer Literacy Project, and was featured in this series. The series was successful enough for two series to follow it, namely Making the Most of the Micro in 1983 and Micro Live fro...
Game On! Was a television show on the TWiT network featuring Brian Brushwood, Veronica Belmont, and a large series of guests discussing technological and gaming subjects. It ran for less than a year.
DL.TV is for tech fans, by tech fans. It features some of the most timely and honest views about what is going on in tech today!
|Net Cafe - Internet Archive|
Net Cafe was the world's most widely distributed television series covering the Internet revolution during the height of the dot com boom. The series was broadcast throughout the United States and in more than one hundred other countries for six years, from 1996 through 2002. It was hosted by Stewart Cheifet, Jane Wither, and Andrew deVries. The weekly program went behind the scenes of the World Wide Web to meet the people and explore the culture of the new "wired" generation...
Keywords: Moving Images
|Geek Beat TV Reviews|
Geek Beat is one of the world?s most recognizable technology news brands, delivering a daily video content hosted by Cali Lewis and John P., as well as ongoing written articles from Geek Beat staff writers and community members. Dave Peterson is Geek Beat?s Editor in Chief.
|The Electric Playground - Greedy Productions|
EP Daily (formerly The Electric Playground) is a daily news television show that covers movies, TV shows, comic books, collectibles and gadgets. Created and executive produced by host Victor Lucas, and his Vancouver, British Columbia production company Greedy Productions Ltd, EP Daily has been a staple on airwaves since its debut in September 1997. The show features previews of upcoming videogames, videogame industry news, and interviews with celebrity gamers and people in the videogame industr...
In the spirit of OpenCourseWare and the Khan Academy, OpenSecurityTraining.info is dedicated to sharing training material for computer security classes, on any topic, that are at least one day long. All material is licensed with an open license like CreativeCommons, allowing anyone to use the material however they see fit, so long as they share modified works back to the community. We highly encourage people who already know these topic areas to take the provided material and pursue paid and u...
Keywords: Open Security Training; computer security
|Microsoft Research Video|
More than 1,100 brilliant scientists and engineers push the boundaries of computing in multiple research areas and include contributions to Kinect for Xbox 360, work to develop an HIV vaccine, and advancing education techniques in rural communities.
Lab Rats was one of the very first video podcasts on the Internet, launched in October 2005 by technology journalists Sean Carruthers and Andy Walker ). Originally launched as an offshoot of the work Sean and Andy were doing for G4TechTV Canada's Call For Help , Lab Rats has always been designed to harness the power and possibilities available on the Net. That meant not worrying about having to fit a ton of content into the tiny window between TV commercial breaks; instead, the content was given...
|Bits and Bytes|
Bits and Bytes was the name for two Canadian television series, starring Billy Van, who teaches people the basics of how to use a computer. The first series debuted in 1983 and the second series, called Bits and Bytes 2, in 1991. The first series also included popular comedian Luba Goy as the instructor to Van. The intro sequence featured a montage of common computer terms such as "ERROR", "LOGO" and "ROM", as well as various snippets of simple computer graphics and video effects, accompanied b...
|APPJUDGMENT (Revision 3)|
With hundreds of apps to choose from for your iPhone, Android or whatever smartphone you may have, how do know what's worth the download? AppJudgment is your daily source for phone app reviews and previews. Hosted by Mauricio Balvanera and Jackie Talbott.
|TWiT: Maxwell's House|
Maxwell's House was a weekly show hosted by Leo Laporte and Ray Maxwell. Episodes commonly revolved around the real world applications of complex scientific notions (colour science, science of programming, relativity). Ray attempted to elucidate relevant notions, while avoiding two common pitfalls: oversimplifying and simply stating the physical laws governing the phenomena. Ray peppers his analysis with tangents, thematic interjections over his life experiences...
|Io9's We Come From The Future - Revision 3|
IO9: WE COME FROM THE FUTURE. Hosted by Annalee Newitz and Esther Inglis-Arkell. io9: We Come From the Future is a news show about science, entertainment and culture from a tomorrow that you wish you lived in today.
|Diggnation: The Series - Revision 3|
Diggnation is a weekly tech/web culture show based on the top digg.com social bookmarking news stories.
Geek Beat is one of the world's most recognizable tech news brands, delivering a daily news show hosted by Cali Lewis at least three times a week, as well as a weekly LIVE show every Friday at 3pm CST co-hosted by Cali and John P.
Cranky Geeks was a technology-related Internet show produced by Ziff Davis Media centered on discussion of technology topics of the week. It was hosted by industry pundit John C. Dvorak. Each week three guest panelists, usually selected from a pool of technology journalists and entrepreneurs, joined Dvorak.. The show, formerly produced by TechTV's Annaliza Savage, premiered to viewers of DL.TV on March 15, 2006 and has since received its own website...
The Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. is the non-profit parent organization of various free-content projects, most notably Wikipedia, the award-winning online encyclopedia. Here, you will find videos of conferences, talks and presentations related to the Wikimedia projects. The Wikimedia projects are Wikipedia Wiktionary Wikiquote Wikibooks Wikisource Wikispecies Wikinews Wikiversity Wikimedia Commons Each of these projects is available in many different language editions...
Get the latest Apple news and views from the top names in Mac, iPhone, iPod, and iPad journalism.
|The Lab with Leo Laporte|
The Lab with Leo Laporte was a technology-based television program hosted by Leo Laporte. Episode #1 debuted on April 23, 2007 on G4techTV Canada and HOW TO Channel Australia. The program was produced by Greedy Productions in Vancouver, BC. Production was overseen by the show's producer(s), Matt Harris (ep.1-180) and Marc Lefebvre (ep. 181-195). The show also now airs on Citytv after Rogers Media acquired control of the stations, and episode segments were also posted to Google Video several week...
|Starcade: The Television Series|
Starcade is a game show where contestants compete against one another by playing arcade video games. The series originally aired on WTBS from 1982–1983, followed by a run in syndication for the following season. The series was first hosted by Mark Richards. Geoff Edwards replaced Richards after the first 23 shows, and continued until the show's cancellation. Starcade was produced by JM Production Company for Ted Turner to air on WTBS and later syndication by Turner Program Services (TPS)...
|Revision 3: Fact or Fictional|
Hosted by Veronica Belmont. New episodes Fridays. Each episode will feature a piece of technology from pop culture, voted on by the online audience. From inventions such as Hoverboards and Pre-Cogs, to Replicants and Time Machines, Veronica will explore the possible or impossible connection between the invented tech and the real world.
|Bits (Channel 4 TV Show)|
Bits (not to be confused with 1980's Bits and Bytes) was a video game and computer show hosted on the BBC's Channel 4 from 1999-2001.
|Video Power TV Show|
Video Power is an American television series that aired in two different formats from 1990-1992 in syndication. Both formats revolved around video games, and actor Stivi Paskoski presided over both series playing video game master Johnny Arcade. Allen J. Bohbot (CEO of Bohbot Entertainment) was the co-creator and executive producer of Video Power with Saban Entertainment's executive producers, Shuki Levy, Haim Saban, & Winston Richards...
|Mobile Wall Street Journal Videos|
An archive of web-produced Wall Street Journal videos.
|Current Geek Weekly|
Current Geek Weekly was an affiliated podcast not produced by TWiT LLC. It was hosted by Tom Merritt and Scott Johnson. A live recording of the show was broadcast on the TWiT Live network. The show discussed 5-6 geeky and nerdy topics of the week from video games, science and math and lasted about 60 minutes. The show was officially retired on January 17, 2011.
『パソコンサンデー』は、テレビ東京系列局（メガTONネットワーク、後のTXN）ほかで放送されたテレビ大阪製作のパーソナルコンピュータ関連の情報番組である。シャープの一社提供。 テレビ東京系列局では1982年3月7日から1989年6月25日まで、毎週日曜 9:30 - 10:00（JST）に放送されていた。この時間帯は、2012年3月現在に至るまでテレビ大阪製作の全国ネット番組枠となって...
|Call for Help Canada|
Call for Help, also known as CFH, was a computer-themed television program that first aired exclusively on TechTV (formerly ZDTV), a cable and satellite television network focused on technology, and then aired on G4techTV Canada and the HOW TO Channel in Australia. The final taped episode aired on February 26, 2007, but because the episodes were taped out of order, a number of other episodes taped during the same shooting week aired through April 6, 2007...
|Green Tech Today|
Green Tech Today was a weekly series hosted by Kirsten Sanford and Sarah Lane that focused on the Top 25 Green Tech Innovators. The show was retired on the TWiT Network with episode 26 on April 18, 2011 due to the fact that the top 25 innovators have been interviewed.
Tekzilla Daily Tip, formerly 'Tekzilla Daily', is a daily Videocast made by the cast and crew of Tekzilla, originally starring Patrick Norton and now starring Veronica Belmont with Norton occasionally filling in for Belmont. Episodes are generally 1 minute to 3 minutes long. Tips are usually broken down and include various categories; Windows, Mac OS, Firefox, iTunes and occasionally other.
Micro Live was a BBC2 TV series that was produced by David Allen as part of the BBC's Computer Literacy Project, and followed on from earlier series such as The Computer Programme, Computers In Control, and Making the Most of the Micro. As the name implies, the series was broadcast live (so causing its own problems such as the infamous incident of the hacked email account). The first programme was a one-off two-hour-long special, broadcast on Sunday 2 October 1983 as Making the Most of the Micr...
|Destructoid DLC - Destruction|
Destructoid is the gaming show brought to you by gamers, for gamers. And also for anyone interested in robots, unicorns, and jet packs.
|The Totally Rad Show - Revision 3|
THE TOTALLY RAD SHOW. Hosted by Alex Albrecht, Dan Trachtenberg and Jeff Cannata. The Totally Rad Show is the summer blockbuster of geek news shows. Every week, hosts Alex Albrecht, Dan Trachtenberg, and Jeff Cannata rip into the world of movies, video games, tv, comics, and more and pull out what's rad.
|BBS Documentaries - Jason Scott / TEXTFILES.COM|
The BBS Documentary Video Collection is a varied set of video items collected by Jason Scott, curator of TEXTFILES.COM. These are recordings about and from the era of the domination of ASCII and Dial-up Bulletin Board Systems (roughly the 1970s through the 1990s, with examples far before and after that). Over 250 hours of interviews were conducted for a project called "BBS: The Documentary" (website at bbsdocumentary.com)...
|Destructoid (Revision 3)|
Destructoid is the gaming show your mom warned you about. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the crew behind Destructoid.com will break down the hottest stories of the day with little regard for personal feelings or karmic repercussions. Hosted by Max Scoville and Tara Long, Destructoid is everything you'd expect from the Dtoid team - with slightly more giant killer robot.